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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: vaginal burning
|novaisatomix - Thu Nov 10, 2005 11:53 pm||
I've been on birth control pills orthro tri cyclen lo for a little over a year now. Recently my bf and I began to not use condoms. The only problem now is that after he ejaculates i experience an extemely painful burning sensation. would this have anything to do with the birth control pills or is it something else? what can be done to stop it? please help.
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Sat Nov 12, 2005 7:27 am||
You may be possible that you might have some type of vaginitis. There may or may not be other symptoms such as itching, unusal discharge, etc. It would be wise to see your GYN to rule out infection on your part. Birth control pills can contribute greatly to vaginitis, douching of any kind, antibiotic use. It is also very important to be fully aroused and lubricated before intercourse, because if not, the friction can cause irritation and burning. If this is a problem, you can use a personal lubricant (water based, such as KY Jelly). Even tampon use can cause this. It is also possible to have contracted and STD of some sort.
As you can see, there are many explanations for this problem. I suggest you be examined by your GYN.
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